AA Far From Home (my Story continued)
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Our program uses the latest in relational and cognitive therapies, inter-woven with principles of the 12-step spiritual growth program set out by Alcoholics Anonymous. Cost for treatment can be a major hurdle, which keeps people from seeking the help they need. As a non-profit, BTCRO has a long history of working with clients, with insurance providers, and with government agencies to find a path to recovery. BTCRO is proud to offer high quality, affordable care with a variety of payment options from government funding, sliding scale payments, private insurance and private-pay. With the help of donor support, we are able to help hundreds of adults per year. The economic impact of each success cannot be overstated.
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I'm a former Associated Press sportswriter whose journalism career began in 1969 after graduating from Syracuse University with B.A. degrees in newspaper journalism and political science. My 38 books include ghostwritten autobiographies of Ron Blomberg, Milo Hamilton, and Al Clark plus The New Baseball Bible, a 424-page offbeat illustrated history published in 2017. My byline has appeared in The Sporting News, Baseball Digest, USA TODAY Sports Weekly, and the official All-Star and World Series programs. I received five first-place prizes from the Garden State Journalists Association at its annual dinner on May 23, 2018.
Those of us who enter a 12 step recovery program such as AA and NA may eventually be charged with the task of telling our stories to others. This may be in the form of a speaking meeting, or it may simply be a situation in which we feel as if another recovering addict or alcoholic may benefit from our counsel. Telling your story can be a frightening prospect if you have trouble opening up to others, but it is a skill that everyone should have in their wheelhouse if they intend to stay in recovery for the long haul.
This is a major concern, as you are essentially running the risk of telling an hour-long war story. While you may have many gut-wrenching tales from your childhood and from your addiction, focusing on them for the full length of your share will leave your listeners with no light at the end of the tunnel. They will walk away lamenting their own similar stories, rather than embracing the joy they have discovered in sobriety.